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1 . During s Saturday duty day, one of your shipmates askes you to change watches with him/her. You agree but fail to get permission from proper authority. Under what article of Navy Regs could you be charged?

a. 1138
b. 1134
c. 1133
d. 1129
b. 1134 (Echange of Duty)
2 . Assaulting or willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer.

a. Art 89
b. Art 90
c. Art 91
d. Art 92
b. Article 90
3 . How many commissioned officer(s) can a summary court-martial consist?

a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
a. 1
4 . Discipline is important to the Navy for which of the following reasons?

a. To instill fear of punishment
b. To decrease command responsibility
c. To provide punishment for wrongdoers
d. To enable personnel to function as a unit with a high degree of efficiency
d. To enable personnel to function as a unit with a high degree of efficiency
5 . The Code of Conduct was adopted to provide guidance for service personnel in which of the following circumstances?

a. When stationed on foreign soil
b. When traveling at home and abroad
c. When facing the enemy as prisoners of war
d. All of the Above
c. When facing the enemy as prisoners of war
6 . At minimum, how many members can a special court-martial consist?

a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
c. 3
7 . Wrongful use, possession, etc., of controlled substance.

a. Art 112
b. Art 112a
c. Art 112b
d. Art 112c
b. Art 112a
8 . Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer, non-commissioned officer, or petty officer.

a. Art 88
b. Art 89
c. Art 90
d. Art 91
d. Art 91 (Insubordinate Conduct Toward Warrant Officer, NonCommissioned Officer, or Petty Officer)
9 . What person is responsible for making sure that the Navy Regs conforms to the current needs of the Department of the Navy?

a. The Secretary of the Navy
b. The Judge Advocate General
c. The Chief of Naval Operations
d. The Commandant of the Marine Corps
c. The Chief of Naval Operations
10 . An act, done with specific intent to commit an offense under this chapter, amounting to more than mere preparation and tending, even though failing to effect its commission.

a. Art 80
b. Art 82
c. Art 83
d. Art 84
a. Art 80 (Attempts)
11 . A LT who is assigned as an officer in charge can award reduction in grade.

a. True
b. False
c. Not Sure
d. I don’t know
a. True
12 . How many articles make up the Code of Conduct?

a. Two
b. Four
c. Six
d. Eight
c. Six
13 . An officer-in-charge can award extra duty up to how many maximum of days?

a. 14 consecutive days
b. 45 consecutive days
c. 9 consecutive days
d. 30 consecutive days
a. 14 consecutive days
14 . Failure to obey any regulation subjects the offender to charges under what UCMJ article?

a. 91
b. 92
c. 93
d. 94
b. 92 (Failure to Obey Order or Regulation)
15 . A commanding officer that decides an offense deserves a punishment more severe than he/she is authorized to award at mast may order a court-martial.

a. True
b. False
c. Not Sure
d. I don’t know
a. True
16 . In what year was Executive Order 12633 issued amending the Code of Conduct to use neutral-gender language?

a. 1987
b. 1988
c. 1989
d. 1990
b. 1988
17 . In what year was the Code of Conduct first prescribed?

a. 1965
b. 1955
c. 1945
d. 1935
b. 1955
18 . Art 123a

a. Robbery
b. Forgery
c. Making, drawing, or uttering check, draft, or order without sufficient funds
d. Murder
c. Making, drawing, or uttering check, draft, or order without sufficient funds.
19 . When was the UCMJ passed by Congress?

a. May 5 1955
b. May 5 1960
c. May 5 1950
d. May 5 1965
c. May 5, 1950
20 . This kind of court-martial can award any punishment not forbidden by the UCMJ, including death when specifically authorized for the defense.

a. special
b. normal
c. general
d. summary
c. general
21 . Sexual harrassment is offensive and illegal. Under what article of Navy Regs may a person be charged with sexual harassment?

a. 1166
b. 1164
c. 1162
d. 1160
a. 1166 (Sexual Harassment)
22 . Absence WithOut Leave.

a. Art 85
b. Art 89
c. Art 86
d. Art 88
c. Art 86 (Absence Without Leave)
23 . Which articles of the UCMJ are considered punitive?

a. Articles 14-20
b. Articles 70-134
c. Articles 77-134
d. Articles 87-134
c. Articles 77-134
24 . Spies

a. Art 105
b. Art 106
c. Art 107
d. Art 108
b. Art 106 (Spies)
25 . Which of the following characteristics are traits of a good sailor?

a. Puts the good of the ship and the Navy above personal likes and dislikes
b. Obeys the rules of the military courtesy and etiqutte
c. Demonstrate loyalty, self-control, honesty, and truthfulness
d. All of the Above
d. All of the Above
26 . Navy Regulations, article 1104, Treatment and Release of Prisoners, prohibits cruel and/or unusual treatment. According to this article, prisoners must be checked on at what minimum interval?

a. 10 hours
b. 8 hours
c. 6 hours
d. 4 hours
d. 4 hours
27 . Unlawful Appointment, Enlistment, or Separation.

a. Art 84
b. Art 83
c. Art 82
d. Art 81
a. Art 84
28 . Which statement is true concerning extra duty.

a. Extra duty can not exceed 3 hours daily
b. Extra duty can not be performed on holidays
c. Extra duty can always be performed on holidays
d. Extra duty can not exceed 1 hour
b. Extra duty can not be performed on holidays
29 . Fraudulent Enlistment, Appointment, or Separation.

a. Art 84
b. Art 83
c. Art 82
d. Art 81
b. Art 83
30 . Which of the folowing Navy Regulations articles outlines the authority of a sentry?

a. 1037
b. 1038
c. 1052
d. 1053
b. 1038 (Authority of a Sentry)
31 . When, if ever, may you voluntary surrender to the enemy?

a. If alone and completely isolated from friendly troops
b. If no longer able to inflict casualties on the enemy
c. If able to detain the enemy and let others escape capture
d. Never
d. Never
32 . Discipline training develops which of the following personal traits?

a. Character
b. Efficiency
c. Self-control
d. All of the Above
d. All of the Above
33 . You may not be ordered to active duty without the permission of which of the following personel?

a. Commandant of the Marine Corps
b. Commandant of the Coast Guard
c. Chief of Naval Operations
d. Chief of Naval Personnel
d. Chief of Naval Personnel
34 . Which article of the UCMJ explains commanding officer^s nonjudicial punishment?

a. Art 11
b. Art 15
c. Art 137
d. Art 10
b. Article 15
35 . Disrespect toward superior commissioned officers.

a. Art 89
b. Art 90
c. Art 91
d. Art 92
a. Art 89 (Disrespect Toward Superior Commissioned Officer)
36 . Punishment is administered in the Navy for which of the following reasons?

a. To serves as an object lesson to the wrongdoers and others
b. To pacify those who have suffered a wrong
c. To correct a wrong
d. To avenge a wrong
a. To serves as an object lesson to the wrongdoers and others
37 . Art 137

a. Articles to be explained
b. NJP
c. UCMJ
d. Navy Regs
a. Articles to be explained
38 . What are the three types of court-martial?

a. special, normal, and general
b. special, extra-special, and general
c. special, summary, and general
d. special, brief, and general
c. special, summary, and general
39 . Aiding the enemy.

a. Art 101
b. Art 102
c. Art 103
d. Art 104
d. Art 104
40 . Missing ship movement.

a. Art 87
b. Art 88
c. Art 89
d. Art 90
a. Art 87 (Missing Movement)
41 . A LCDR, who is also the commanding officer can order up to how many maximum days confinement on bread and water or diminished rations?

a. 6
b. 3
c. 9
d. 12
b. 3
42 . When was the UCMJ signed into law and became effective?

a. May 15 1951
b. May 15 1950
c. May 31 1951
d. May 31 1950
c. May 31 1951
43 . An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime.

a. Art 83
b. Art 80
c. Art 82
d. Art 81
d. Art 81 (Conspiracy)
44 . Drunk on duty

a. Art 111
b. Art 101
c. Art 112
d. Art 110
c. Art 112
45 . What article of the Navy Regs gives officers the authority necessary to perform their duties?

a. 1021
b. 1023
c. 1025
d. 1033
a. 1021
46 . Which article of the UCMJ states that certain articles of the Code must be explained carefully to every enlisted at certain intervals?

a. Art 130
b. Art 147
c. Art 115
d. Art 137
d. Art 137 (Articles to be Explained)
47 . Members of the armed forces who, without permission, leave their place of duty or organization with the intent to remain away permanently are guilty of…

a. Art 84
b. Art 85
c. Art 86
d. Art 87
b. Art 85 (Desertion)
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48 . Navy Regs, article 1033, Authority in a Boat, provides which of the following officers the authority and responsibility over all persons embarked?

a. The senior line officer eligible for command at sea
b. The junior line officer eligible for command at sea
c. The senior staff officer
d. The junior staff officer
a. The senior line officer eligible for command at sea
49 . What article of the Navy Regs list publications that must be made available upon rquest by any active duty person?

a. 1020
b. 1010
c. 0917
d. 0818
d. 0818 (Publishing and Posting Orders and Regulations)
50 . Which of the following are sources that set forth the basic disciplinary laws for the U.S. Navy?

a. U.S. Navy Regulations
b. Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy
c. Uniform Code of Military Justice
d. Each of the Above
d. Each of the Above
51 . In areas where different armed services are located, the military police from each service may be combind to form one unit. What term identifies this unit?

a. Armed Forces Department
b. Armed Forces Detachment
c. Armed Forces Police Group
d. Armed Forces Police Service
b. Armed Forces Detachment
52 . Drunken or reckless driving.

a. Art 111
b. Art 101
c. Art 113
d. Art 110
a. Art 111
53 . Who may be assigned shore patrol duties?

a. Officers only
b. Petty Officers only
c. Officers and Petty Officers
d. All Navy personnel
c. Officers and Petty Officers
54 . Navy Regs and changes to it are issued by the Secretary of the Navy after what person approves them?

a. The President
b. The Vice President
c. The Attorney General
d. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
a. The President
55 . Contempt toward officials.

a. Art 90
b. Art 91
c. Art 88
d. Art 89
c. Art 88 (Contempt Toward Officials)
56 . Aboard ship, the master-at-arms (MAA) force is headed by the chief master-at-arms (CMAA). The CMAA works directly for which of the following officers?

a. Weapons Officer
b. Security Officer
c. Executive Officer
d. Administrative Officer
c. Executive Officer